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An exergy-cost-energy-mass analysis of a hybrid copper-chlorine thermochemical cycle for hydrogen production
An exergoeconomic assessment using exergy-cost-energy-mass (EXCEM) analysis is reported of a copper-chlorine (Cu-Cl) thermochemical water splitting cycle for hydrogen production. The quantitative relation is identified ...
Integrated hydrogen production options based on renewable and nuclear energy sources
Due to varied global challenges, potential energy solutions are needed to reduce environmental impact and improve sustainability. Many of the renewable energy resources are of limited applicability due to their reliability, ...
Thermodynamic analyses of an integrated PEMFC-TEARS-geothermal system for sustainable buildings
In this paper we undertake a comprehensive study to meet the building heating/cooling and power demand through a sustainable operation. We integrated polymer electrolyte membrane fuel cell (PEMFC) system and triple effect ...
Thermodynamic analysis of a new renewable energy based hybrid system for hydrogen liquefaction
In this paper, a parametric study of the triple effect absorption cooling system (TEACS) integrated with solar photo-voltaic/thermal (PV/T), geothermal, and Linde–Hampson cycle is conducted. The effect of different operating ...